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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

Ed. ' Vtt BVByiHK LBDG1j3R-PB:TLADBLPHIA THtlBSPAY, SEPTflMBERJ lOi'JC. ""JF"" ' I ' hi ' i ii i ' ' ' I ' ' ' ' . "' ' II - hum i Photo by t nderwooil & Lmlerwooit. Stone bridge at Liege destroyed by Germans and pontoon bridge of boats constructed and used by the German troops SPILLS AND THRILLS AGAIN STIR SOCIETY FOLK ATBRYN IAWR Fourth Day of Show Opens With Near-accidents to Daring Horsemen Half breed Hounds Staged Today. Cords that under his sntln coat ripple llko pliant steel; Hoofs that simrn the springy turf ns miles behind him reel; This l th benst they Judge today at Hryn Mawr's fnmous course, Tlie proud and pranelnit thoroughbred, tho friend of man tho horse. fhom a stafk connKsro.viiF.vT J BRYN JLUVR, Sept. 2 1. Two thrills marked tho opening of the fourth day at tho Bryn Mawr Horso Show, Lurmnn Stewart ngaln being the principal actor In the little drama, which for a moment looked to be n tragedy. Mr. Stewart was riding Sloo Gin, In class 66. a post nnd rail jumping ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

8 EVENING LEPaEB PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 lfrU. CT Utaa ft v- i 4 B well hl voyi U hlrn?41S irJ, s " 11 m F ? foul fig vl 'le t U 1 1 e. EVENING feSJ LEDGER PUBLIC LEDGER COMPANY crnus ii k ctmTis, ratnoiNi. 0o. W Och, Hecretary; John C MarUn. Treamireri Charlen II Ludlngton, Philip S. Collin. John n. WIL llonrx. Director. nnrroniAi. DOAriDt Ctrbs It. K. Ccrtm, Chairman. P. It. Wit AI.KV ntfcutlv Editor JOHN r MARTIN Cleneral CuMnfMrme Published dally.Tcopt Sunday. t JPt-Bttc I.epoiib IlulldlnR. Independence square Philadelphia. Lrnflr. rrNTDAt. Broad and ChMtnut St reet. Atlantic Citt ' r."-n",0i?.I"Jrni? New Yohk Un-A. Metropolitan Tower CmcAoo S17 Heme Injiirnnce minding London 8 Waterloo Place. Tall Moll, S. w. NEWS BUREAUS: HABRiaatiia BracAO Tnr" ,H?.' nY, ni nJ Waiihitov IlnnrAO Jn.rul !!iii! Nrw Von nnunu TS7 m,r.1,h..J:!..5 Lo.nm.w rtcnrD a.rnll Mall East, 8 w. Pabu Bureau 82 Hua Louis le Grand MWfCnirTtONTEIlMS ny errter. Daii-t OstT, lx cents. By mall, restpald...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

ists BYflinffQ LBPGEB-PHISAPBIiPHIA, THURSDAY, SBlMBEB U, jgjj. 9 SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT ' PHILADELPHIA ANUMUEIt of persons socially prominent arc much Interested In tho St. Francis Home for Convalescents nt Lnnstlownc. and It has been decided to hold a Country Fair and Marfcet Dfty on Saturday, October 3, from morning until night on tho grounds. The homo was started a. llttlo over a year up,) and has already accomplished a great vork. Over 600 patients were cared for this summer. The property on which the house atandB was originally tho Lansdowno Country Club. Among those who arc Interested In the affair are Sllss Frances 1. Bullvnn and Miss Lta Livingston Sullivan, Mla Emlllo M. M. Hlvlnus, Miss Mary M. Hlvlnus, Miss Mary E. Slnnolt, Miss Matilda L, Jenkins, Mrs. James Mundy. Mrs. M. McMlchcn, Mlsa Jean How land Levis, Miss Agnes It. Levis, Mrs. Francis rattereon, Miss Gertrude Fctterman and very many othors. Mr. and Mrs. P. Williamson Roberts, who. have been spending the summer...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

f-4 EJ w Tint nuJT, Am i IlJecJ : colli oo crlof Ita: . pure1: -M nttrS , U1U . I Si J haclH! 1 don i bo. EVENING LEPOEB-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, lOlft 10 EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1UJ. WHAT EVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON JLLEN ADAIR SEEKS UNCLE'S HOME, BUT FINDS HIM GONE A Taxi Ride Through Phit- ' adelphia's Streets Brings ? New Surprises at Every Turn of Road. . x. k unce on a time i nau wit? siuuuusi Kitten, ana its eves were oiosoa, tor it was only four l.i old A little village boy pulled Us eves roughly open and the kitten died I know now how that kitten felt be fore It died It must lime thought the i'i world a cruel place, and clad It was I to leave It M lude awakening hurt me, i! too. For when the lovely Indy swept h away It was the kindest thing that he i could do, poor sniil' she swept mj child ' Ishness along with her. My ces oa "! opened to a treat herou3 world, and deep .down In my heait two feeling...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

L U -lJ EV321'Ka:I3aiGBB-PgIADELPHlA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 24U jijU 11 OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER S T15 w 'HVbyBNIilllBBHHHHHBilllS .. mi irrrr m inrmii-inrMnnirin onrmmrriiiiiiiiiniiiiin rrriir nr i n -- asiiiiiinmiiniHii mimi mm n nimm i nmt niisnienii laisallwfflAfalfrrsrtronillMsiifffn "Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace The day's disaster in his morning face, Full well they laughed with counterfeited glee At all his jokes, for many a joke had he; Full well the busy whisper circling round Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned." (Goldsmith' "Deserted VIliaRe.") BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES WOULDN'T you like to be the sun?" "Dear mc, no I I would much rather be the sunset. I like the whole sunset better than just the sun alone!" Now who do you suppose was talk ing' Birds? Fairies? Children? No, none of those; Two flowers were talking together and their talk v as in the long ago fairyland time of the world. In those days all flowers were v 'utc white as the clouds and as mo...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

12 VW "W 4 ff " -" ffflj EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1014. II i.ft v.,rt C4v- Jiuur i& Whl IHF SrH iff-: lii "oof , "'. !" .. 7 : "at BAn E'. i W g' nail M ill I. ' LI KING FOOTBALL MOBILIZING MANY RESERVISTS -PHILLIES IN TWO GAMES TODAY , , . - , . . i ' ' . , SPINNING COIN LAST DETAIL FOR WORLD'S SERIES Braves and Athletics Having Easy Time Phillies Meet Cubs in Double-header Here This Afternoon. Practically tho only mutter of Im portance In the major leagues which has been left undone Is the splnnlnc of th coin to decide whether the first names vhall bo played In Philadelphia or In Boston. Whllo neither tho -Athletics nor the Braves have mathematically captured the Haps In their respective leagues, nothing short of an earth quake can head the present leaders. The Giants lost their last chance yes terday when they were beaten twice In tho course of four hours at tho Polo Grounds by Miller IlURKlns" band of former contenders During that period of time t...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

IMAl-J EVENING LElDaEB-PHILADftkPHlA, THtJBgPAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914:'. 13 IS CITY TO BE . WELL REPRESENTED IN NEWYOjlK MEET "Ted" Meredith, "Tommy" Lennon and Kauffman to Wear Local Colors Satur day in Travers Island Track Games. Philadelphia will bo welt represented In the Now York Athletic Club's ffames at ttrtvera Island. N. Y next Saturday. tcd" Meredith, Kaurtman and "Tommy" tennori will wear local colors. "Ted" to compete In tha 410 and 880-yard runs. He Is tho national quarter-mile lf champion, Kauffman Is tlic I'enn fresh man runner or promise, ana ictinon is the athlete who Is taklnfr his cntrnnce ijamlnatlons In tho hopo of entering Pennsylvania. There may be a new record hung up 'in Saturday at tho New York A. C. Ime. when the Mercury foot team In ih lOT-yard relay go out after tho record of 2.03 2-3 held by the Irish-American X. C. Dcrnlo Wefcrs Bent his crew out for ft trial Sunday and tho times recorded '(of each 300 yards wero' Kuhn, 32 1-5; UeNulty, 31 4-5; Olonnon, ...

Publication Title: Evening Public Ledger
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

timHTCTH.ijwi.'n."'.11""1 mjfWBrt I Wh! Ml B ?H on. ath a una y, i tn? 31 11 Jil : e. 't b irtt ins f4r f wii U' :M POSTSCRIPT EDITION i ... EVENING LEDGER POSTSCRIPT EDITION VOL. I K"0. 10 PIITLADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2-1, 1914. PRICE ONE CENT BOYS PLAYING BALL IN OLD GRAVEYARD SHOCK DOWNTOWN Tombstones Used as Bases. "Ghouls" Battle on Scene Which Witnessed Last Burial in 1 890. HEEDLESS YOUTH PLAYS WHERE TEARS ONCE FELL A graveyard that neighborhood chil dren use ni a. pla ground, where tomb stones are bases for Uo "Clravocird Nine." Is a sight which has shocked ths who wnlk ar live atone Passyunk nconne near 2tt street. The graveyard i the old Philadelphia Cemetery, bounded In Passe unk and Snyder avenues nnd 21st and 2Zd streets Across the way ore the northernmost homes iR the G Irani tnte The Inst funeral there was In 1M but It might have been 4f yenrs ago, to h.dgc from the ruin that covers the trait Weed grown waist high and small trees ancl underbrush thnt have spran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

pgyj I NIGHT EXTRA EVENING LEDGER NIGHT EXTRA i 1 VOL. I-NO, 10 PltJCLADIDLPHIA, THUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 11)14. PiUGE OKJE CENT MAYOR OBJECTS TO BACON'S YOTE AGAINST YETO Believes Court Order Should Have Directed Seating of Moore Pending Final Decision. Forty-Fourth Ward Soloct Coun cilman Obodlont Servant and Beneficiary of the Ponrose-Varo-McNichol Machine. Mayor Blankenburg today expressed the opinion Hint the Supremo Couit should havo seated Dr. Philip H.,Mouro as Se lect Councilman from the 44th Ward until tta decision In an election contest was an nounced, Instead of permitting Dr. Wil liam D. llacon to hold the seat. It was Bacon's vote which made possible the passage of the Municipal Court's vague land-condemning oidlnance over the Mayor's veto in Select Council on Tues day. The Mayor said Dr. Moore should hue been seated, because Judge Auden rled had declared Bacon's election had been obtained by fraud and that Dr, Moore was rightfully and legally entitled to the seat. "Wha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

"-!r,fw rtefRtW-f- ky EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914 nff,i,i i. t.i.fc.i.. TIDE OF BATTLE, IN TWELFTH DAY, EBBS AND FLOWS ON BLOODY FIELDS OF AISNE t I hoo BWUi Iffc. hea Wf part i IW frigf S. I&J !ovJA 1U .tr.. f.-J .OS s UK. !, Hit?' . em ' -,'$- ath iw :.! UP "t t, "fa iy ' mo I'll i Phi J lOWl a: -t.. fcjG IJfcJC KH ,s ' ii -on B? At It he f"ffi WCT I I -! iff! li m ill et voyi am nim nil ni to fe. town and that ho had a difficult tlms to encap. g "Just bforo the torts fell." said this fugitive, "the arsenal .ns blown up Rather lhan surrender the remaining suns to the Germans, the Trench gun ners smashed the breechblocks. The German bombardment was the inoit terriac I have ever heard. Thousand? of Bhells fell In the city every day Th fire slackened at night, but did not die out completely. All the monuments, public buildings and churches In Mail beugs were badly damaged. I'art of the city was. destrojed by fire set by German shells Finally, the Fre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

wl3 4 EVEHING LEBGER-PHILAPELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914. PICTORIAL AND GRAPHIC SCENES OF INTERESTING HAPPENINGS AT HOME AND ABROAD f .mrm ; ' hUKW v mm i i 1 1 win ii ii n in i 'liiiiwim , j i .--a- .tkl ''-: "" .0 ? . jsr ?.' wx "& '' ' ,v 5 i. '- . :k,: j Debutantes in parade at the Horse Show. Reading from left to right, they are Kathcrine Tenney, Jean Tillie, Huerta Potter. Edith Earle, Katherine Ogden , and Hansell Earle. MRS. EDWARD B. McLEAN MISS JEAN AUSTIN ON GOLD LEAF ' ; & 'sssEHRsgpi.sasa..' rcvyY ..- . - . . ?-, -- a s - . -? - -v . & . ha.ti MH MR. AND MRS. REED KNOX A central figure at the Bryn Mawr Show. ,&&&: .&.; REGINALD VANDERBILT JUDGING HACKNEY BROOD AND FOAL lj.1 ' J"JLr.. LI..rn ; II il TOPERS TREMBLE AT MAYOR RIDDLE'S TALK OF AWFUL "JAG LIST" NEW JERSEY POLITICIANS DISPLEASED BY PRIMARY T?TT-m Photo by Underwooil & n1frvsood FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE NEW POPE TAKEN DURING HIS CORONATION. THE POPE IS SHOWN KNEELING BEFOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

- ft'ei'fW"' 'laetfd U D irl Boil'! C . IX aa,M tirrr ti.k uart rait it in jf w :.-i i' Hill, IK . 'it. UJL 10 mil "i?K i"l ma 'irli JT7 ?4 Si for fflfi"10 iB,TO EVENING LEDGERPHILADELPHIA THtJBSPAY, SEPTEMBER &, 1014, 4 " EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA THUBSPAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1914 S RUMANIA TREMBLING ON BRINK OF WAR, MOBILIZES FORCES TO AID ALLIES' CAUSE ARMY OF RUMANIA MOBILIZES FOR WAR T ji nnnmj maid nil ij1 runuii iwinu TERRIBLE WEAPON ON SIDE OF ALLIES , IN HANDS OF FRANCE if Algerian Contingent Is Made Up of Grim Fighting Men, Relentless Toward Foe, Devoted to Officers. King Carol, Overruled by Cabinet, May Abdicate. Balkan States Probably . Will Be United Against Turkey. BUCHAttEST Itumnnla Sept 21 High official circles today declared Hn mnnla had now flnntly decldftl to p-irtlcl' pate In the war on the side of the Alllm It Is Btated that tho ne' Cabinet has fit last succeeded In overcoming the oppol tlon of Kins Carol, at least to tho oUent of agreeing to thy mobilisation o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

gmu.u-i i m NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR BABY, BULLDOG WHO CAUGHT THIEF 'Animal Avenges Master, Struck Down by Robber. Baby's Value Bounds, But He's Not for Sale. EVEHi4?G LEXTO13B--PHILADELPHIA, THUftSflAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914, - - - i -i. ... . hi I. i i i i i i ii i i i i ii i ' - ' i i 1 ' s-i , ' t ; O Baby, a loyal bulldog which prevented robbery of his master, Charles Iorder, of lit West Qlrard avenue, a Jeweler, la hav ing the time of his life today, after. spend ing the most miserable night of his canine caieer In an alley near Second street and Qlrard avenue. Tho dojr slunk Into the dark alley late last night, after he had prevented the lobbcry, and lay there whining all night. v The courageous animal was found by CharleB Blehl, of 1S4 West Glrard ave nue, this morning. Blchl was attracted by the pitiful cries of the dog, and Baby was taken home again. He Is petting everything ho wants to cat to day and the whole neighborhood Is praising his valor, patting him on the head and telli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

0 EVENING LBDaEB-l'HIliADDIiPHlA, THURSDAY, SEPffEMBEK Al, 1914. -" -nil ifnawiii iiii Ei T Sllnd Tdaji: Ifr h 1 ' r Biea-asj 'llrlfl Snot wm dAllI'U . .mm sao cue i coll 53 ;m::;to J.B""' AV. iCsc'.Of :'i tcet ',' ::: It s . Af o- a l T tl had! i .v . r srnm nil Parl isftJ !ovJ ! c .,., th JvJI 1TB1& I41 -...JfJ'l 1 ', "H g U houldt E., 1 Ktt?. Lj- . i tst' noot j $ rt x- -s Jffcj Ah r ii M?.hi3' r. ; ti t y I .' mos !$An i nail . decile V I! as I il &. Nop , and' r-iu5 VI OVERBROOK AGAINST P. R. R. PLANS FOR FREIGHT YARD THERE BERLIN CELEBRATES ARRIVAL OF WAR TROPHIES Residents Say Smoke and Engines Would Ruin Mal vern Avenue Homes. Want Road Electrified. t Residents of overbrook nre making a ' decided stand against the Pennsylvania . Railroad, which purposes the building of large freight yards In that suburh i and the. laying of a new road which will be used for freight transportation from Glcnloch and Froier to the Penn sylvania Railroad wharves at the foot of Washington...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

EVENING LEDftE-ft--PHILADELPHIA, THUBgDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 24J9U. I'hotoK liy I'mleruooil & t'mlorwood. Stone bridge at Liege destroyed by Germans and pontoon bridge of boats constructed and used by the German troops SPILLS AND THRILLS AGAIN STIR SOCIETY FOLK AT BRYN MAWR Fourth Day of Show Opens With Near-accidents to Daring Horsemen Half breed Hounds Staged To day. Cords that under 111 satin coat ripple like pliant steel: Hoofs that spurn the springy turf as miles lichln.l him reel; This la thu beast they judge today at Urjn Mawr's famous course, Tho proud and prancing thoroughbred, the friend of man the horse. from a BTiiT cowiKsroNiiEM'. BRYN MAWR, Sept. 24. Two thrills marked tlio opening of tho fourth day at the Bryn Mawr Horso Show, IiUrman Stewart again being the principal actor In the little drama, which for a moment looked to bo a trapedy. Sir. Stewart was riding Sloo Gin, In class 66, a post and rail Jumping class with unusually Interesting entries. Sloo Gin became "Slow G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

y f VfA: 8 EVENING IiEDGE'-PHtL,ADELlIA, THUBSflAY BjBPTEMBEB 24, 1$U. ' M- ' ' i' -i'i r. I - " ' . ':.": '.' .'..- ... . - - ' ' ' ' " ' Ml ' ! I II. I BElt-oiliBlfi I III III-II flti not iTIuH Oc'oj "fljnor MS' iff 13 '11 u,vpai r'B-t-- V!WI ItfB p ,. the I t ' M v-i: ma ! l3i3i fi ' 'tha i oh. m it . "j. K?3ia i;i' "- IV he .3 ? li stri if I.' rri. I? "'5 -s t0 1 M Ef. tlrJ EVENING f$S LEDGER TUDLIG LEDGER COMPANY crnos it. k. ctnvrta, piuupcxt. bin. W. Ochu, Rtentarr: John C. Msrtln, Treaiirrt Charles II. Ludlfigton, rhlllp S. Collins, John It. Wil liams. Directors. - EDITOWAL BOAIlDt Ctnus H. It Ccnu.i, Chairman. P. IT. WlIALtir ...,..., iatecutlveEflltnT JOHN C. MAKT1N. ....... .0neral Butlness Monager Fobllhd dally, excpt Sunday, ' W Uwra nulialnn. Independence Square. Philadelphia. Nw ToK 170-A. M'troPORjaY" Entcioo 81T Home In8n.cI"111,uJJdf ohbom... 8 Waterloo Tlace, Pall Mall, S. W, NnWSDUnEAl'S! ,,,, mmiiBj nrmiun..... Th5tPfl!j!? SS S R5 Waihikotom Bcawn w?hWfJi il, M ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

EVEtflifG IEDGBB-PBClLADEI-PglA', THtTBSDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 10U- SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA MHP. THOMAS G, ASHTON will give a luncheon tomorrow at her country scat, Itcdleufi Wynnewood, to btt followed by a box liarty nt tho horso show, In honor of her de butante nloco, Miss Emma Asliton Dorr. Tho guests will lit from the debutants set. Mr. and Mis. Ueauveau Borle, Jr., and Miss i'attlo Uorle, who have been abroad all sum mer, aro now on their way home on board the Jlauictnnla, which Is expected to arrive In New York today or tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Borle wcio on tho Continent when tho war broke out and left Immediately for England, whero they bao been awaiting departure. After their re turn they will go directly to Ablngton to bo tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bcauveau Borle, Sr, Mrs. Samuel Kredcrlo Houston will Introduce her daughter, Miss Charlotto Harding Drown, nl her home, Urulm Molr, Chestnut Hill, the afternoon of November 27, at a dancing tea. Miss Brown Is tho daughte...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

wflf"pw pasiryyapa 10 ; WWJillafewwii A" '- ii(fq'"P:',y'':' ''' 1'"Hi! wMBtfiiiTiii 5S FJV13NING LEDGER--tJHILAD3J)LPHIA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBfiB 24, 1914. iWHATEVERY WOMAN WANTS TO KNOW-THINGS THAT INTEREST MAID AND MATRON .. . .. ... . 1 ' " ' Er ELLEN ADAIR SEEKS UNCLE'S HOME, BUT FINDS HIM GONE 1 A Taxi Ride Through Phil- adelphia's Slreets Brings ! New Surprises at Every Turn of Road. ! car ma T ifal ortd 14 i s had. II donl f.h Jj' -wow fta hoUf. I"K nonf 1 : 1 H x. Onc on n time t liail the smsltmt kltttn, nlid Its cjcs were closed, for It a only four tlaj-s old. A Utile villus boy pdflled Its eyes rouslily upon ttnd the kitten died. I know now how tlint kitten felt be fore It died It must hnvc thought the world a cruel plnce, nnd Bifid It was to leave It My rude awakening hurt mo. too. For when the lovely lady swept nwfiy It was the kindest thliitf that she could do. pool soul! she swept my child ishness along with her. My eyrs were opened to a treacherous world, and di-ep down...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

WJUIH"1! EVENING T.EfrftfiRPHIkAPELJPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914, 11 OUR CHILDREN'S CORNER )' jtwuinln LLmmiflriiiii iiiiitinminntifinniftmi.i.n i nni nf. mni " a" HMi...riiiiiiiiiiii I i i I ilMlS' 'llIrM "Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace The day's disaster in his morning face, Full well they laughed with counterfeited glee At all his jokes, for many a joke had he ; . Full well the busy whisper circling round Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned." (Ooldamtth'ft "Deserted Village.") BEFORE THE SANDMAN COMES WOULDN'T you like to be the sun?" "Dear me, no! I wolild much rather be the sunset. I like the whole sunset better than just the sun alone!" Xow who do you suppose was talk ing? Birds? Fairies? Children? Xo, none of those; Two flowers were talking together and their talk was in the long ago fairyland time of the world. In those days all flowers were white white as the clouds and as snow, and every flower could talk so plainly that the fairies and birds ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening public ledger. — 24 September 1914

!""" .- 12 EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 191. ll heaB oo C',0' " . hea iJW Dar ,!W fHrf M lovtj Q SW ...Ti iyi ki ? f H,' moi 1ST An tij' nail S ... i dec ;!J on til opt 11 the 5 KING FOOTBALL MOBILIZING MANY RESERVISTS -PHILLIES IN TTO GAMES TODAY SPINNING COIN LAST DETAIL FOR WORLD'S SERIES Braves and Athletics Having Easy Time Phillies Meet Cubs in Double-header Here This Afternoon. Practically the only matter of Im portance In the major leagues which has been left undone Is the spinning of the coin to decide whether the first Barnes shall be played In Philadelphia or In Boston. While neither the Athletics nor the Braves have mathematically captured the flans In their respective IcnRUes, nothltiB short of an earth quake can head the present leaders. The Olants tost their last chance es terday when they were beaten twice In the course of four hours at the Polo Grounds by Miller HilRKlns' band of former contenders. During that period of time the Braves uero e...

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